LaRouche Pac Appeal to the Masses………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Between October and early November, a great paradox has arisen in the United States. On the one hand, we hear of millions of Americans who have fallen into disgust and even despair over the Presidential campaigns and the candidacies. But at the same time, there is a tangible presentiment in the nation that the time is coming very soon, when America will be able to turn its focus and its whole effort to the “affirmative aims and needs of human individual and social life,”— with never a backward glance to the grief and shame of the Bush-Obama years.

Does this unexpected spring of hope correspond to reality? Is the possibility really there, for the rebirth of something even better than the American of John Kennedy, which led the world upwards to the exploration of boundless space, and at the same time toward the overcoming of poverty, underdevelopment and war on earth? The answer is yes; the hope is valid; it is not deceiving you.

The Manhattan of Alexander Hamilton and Lyndon LaRouche

A critical element in increasing the current upsurge of hope among Americans, and one required for its success, is the two year old “Manhattan Project” of Lyndon LaRouche. Through Manhattan, LaRouche has inspired key networks throughout the nation in behalf of the original principles on which Manhattan’s Alexander Hamilton created our nation, as expressed anew in LaRouche’s Four Laws for Economic Recovery. In briefest summary, these include

  1. Reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act
  2. A creation of a new Public Bank of the United States
  3. A national credit policy committed to increased productivity of labor
  4. A crash program for controlled fusion energy, with the revival of NASA and the U.S. space program killed by Barack Obama.

Although no one has really pointed out the reality of this new national mood until today, candidate Donald Trump, nevertheless responded to it in his own way during late October. He publicly endorsed the Glass-Stegall Act, and called for a revival of NASA and its commitment to deep space exploration. He also pointed out that a President Hillary Clinton would launch World War III against Russia.

We point this out because of its clear relevance, but never imagine that pulling the lever for a candidate will save our nation at this late date; it will not. The inexplicable hope which you have suddenly felt with so many others, is an inner whisper to prod you to do what you must do; there may not be another chance.

Barbara Boyd
Treasurer
LaRouchePAC.com

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